the failure of England's so-called superstars becoming a distant
failure, attention turns once again to domestic football. The fixtures
for season 2004 - 2005 have been released and it is only a matter
of weeks before Brentford kick off in the newly-named Coca-Cola
Bees kick off the season at Griffin Park on Tues 10th August when
Doncaster are the visitors. However football fans can see action
before then with two high-profile friendlies in July.
Tuesday 20th AFC Wimbledon are the visitors. AFC Wimbledon were
formed by fans of the 1988 FA Cup winners Wimbledon when their club
was threatened with relocation to Milton Keynes in 2002 in a move
that was condemned by football fans of most clubs. The nomadic club,
who moved in 2003, were renamed 'Milton Keynes Dons' this week.
It will be AFC Wimbledon`s first visit to a Football League ground.
match further extends the friendly links established between both
Clubs, largely as a result of the input from the Clubs` respective
Supporters`Trusts and Independent Supporters` Associations. The
proceeds from the gate will be split 50-50 between the Bees and
is the goal at Brentford FC
Park one of safest grounds in country
optimism on plans for new stadium
FC announce plans for new stadium
reveal further losses
Museum seeks centenary memorabilia